15 Cute Forts + Tents for KidsGabrielle Blair
Every kid loves to hang out in a fort and with the cold weather, it’s the perfect time to prop one up in your house. This round-up will get you inspired to grab the old sheets & clothespins, and create a cozy spot for yourself. I mean your kids.
Twinkle Lights 1 of 15If you had room, it would be fun to keep this set up all year round for sleepovers.
Available from Restoration Hardware
Fabric House 2 of 15I love the attention to detail with the window and chimney.
Get the tutorial at 101 Woonideen
Wooden Fort 3 of 15A perfect backyard hangout. Don't forget the flag!
Get the tutorial from This Old House
Under the Table 4 of 15Let your kids have fun with markers and crayons with this one made with paper.
Get the tutorial from Country Living
Corner Fort 5 of 15This one is fairly simple to make and would be a great spot for reading books.
Get the tutorial at OhDeeDoh
Clothespin Play Tent 6 of 15This one is retractable. Smart!
Get the tutorial from Land of Nod
Blanket Fort 7 of 15Nothing beats a fort made from a variety of blankets and chairs. This one looks magical.
See more forts at Booooooom
Wood House 8 of 15A cute mini house perfect for a play room corner.
See more at JJ Behind the Scenes
Red Stripe 9 of 15Make any corner of the room fun with a cute teepee.
See more of this room at Ish and Chi
Soft and Pretty 10 of 15I love the soft, flowy look of this one. It adds even more pretty to this girly room.
Photo found on Flickr
Classic Teepee 11 of 15This corner looks so cozy and I love the addition of the oversized pillows.
See more of this home on The Marion House Book
Fort City 12 of 15Make it comfy by adding air mattresses. I'd take a nap there.
Photo by Lissy Elle
Tablecloth Play House 13 of 15This one is so cute with the windows and is easily moveable.
Available for purchase from Cool Spaces for Kids
Cardboard Castle 14 of 15Fancy up cardboard with some neon tape.
Get the tutorial at Built By Kids
A-Frame Tent 15 of 15Easy to make with a trip to the hardware store and a vintage sheet.
Get the tutorial at Grosgrain Fabulous
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